Panel: First Nations water rights
On Demand

‘Angwirri’ © 2021 Frances Belle Parker
We are grateful for Frances’s permission to use this artwork.
Please respect the story of Angwirri it depicts and the artist’s rights, and do not use or reproduce it.
Join our panel session focusing on First Nations land and water management: water rights, access and reform.

This event brought together our commitment to sharing First Nations voices, cultures, perspectives, human rights and our commitment to environmental sustainability and climate change.

Moderated by Bevan Mailman and Leanne Collingburn with an introduction by Chris Owen, we are delighted to welcome special guests to the panel:

  • Dr Virginia Marshall, Australian National University
  • Mr Richard Fejo, Flinders University, Chair of Larrakia Nation Aboriginal Corporation and also the Chairman Of The Board at Darwin Waterfront Corporation
  • Tamlyn Mills, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
We also feature works by Yaegl artist, Frances Belle Parker and Dyinda Designs throughout this webinar.

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Speakers

Tamlyn Mills | Partner, Sydney

Dr Virginia Marshall | Australian National University

Richard Fejo | Chair of Larrakia Nation Aboriginal Corporation and also the Chairman Of The Board at Darwin Waterfront Corporation, Flinders University